SAY NO TO RAGGING: Ragging is any disorderly conducct whether by words spoken or written or by an act which has the effect of teasing, treating or handling with rudenss to any student, indulging in rowady or undisciplined activities which cause or likely to cause annoyance, hardship or psychological harm or to raise fear or apprehension thereof in a fresher or a junior student and which has the effect of causing or generating a sense of shame or embarrassment so as to adversely affect psyche of a fresher or a junior student.

PUNISHMENT FOR RAGGING: 1. Immediate FIR and Police Action 2. Imprisonment upto Two Years 3. Fine upto Rs.2.5 Lakhs 4. Ternination from College

Hence, Students are advised to refrain themselves from any such Criminal Act

NEP 2020: Churning the wheels of India’s transformation.

Admissions (2023-24) are now open. Please visit only the campus (D-block, Auditorium) at Galgotias College of Engg & Technology, Plot # 1, Knowledge Park – II, Greater Noida. There is NO other branch / office of this college in any other location.


For Admission related queries, do contact at : - +91-7303382061 / +91-7303382063 / 0120-4513800


Accreditations of B Tech - Mechanical Engineering and B Tech - Electronics and Communication Engineering are further extended by NBA till 30.06. 2024 (Academic Session : 2023-24)


Apply For B Tech, MBA, MCA, B. Pharm and D. Pharm for 2022-23 : Registration for Admission is Open

Dean Student Welfare

Dean Student Welfare

Dr Ansar Anjum (Dean-Student Welfare)

The Office of Student Welfare at Galgotias College of Engineering and Technology is committed towards holistic development of students.

It is one window that is open for all students and carries the overall responsibility for welfare of students and works to nurture their persona by providing them substantial platform through stirring activities and establishing skill standards. This helps them gain access to dexterity, knowledge and ability, career ethics and good working attitude. We sincerely aim at bringing out the inquisitiveness, passion, and the thirst for procuring versatility amongst students.

As Dean Student Welfare I suggest all students to unlock the new opportunities provided to them and expand their skyline outside by being an active part of classrooms as well as exposing themself to social, cultural, career development, recreational and governance programs through diverse activities organised.

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